Cameron is an active, energetic young man with a flair for style and looking good.
He is also extremely polite. He describes himself as a “homebody” who enjoys art, video games and superhero movies. He would love to be in the Art Club in school.
He has quite a collection of books as he also loves reading and music. He is a very curious young man, and he asks a ton of questions about everything.
Church is very important to him.
Cameron has the potential to do well in a very patient family that will give him all the unconditional attention and affection he has missed in his short life. Cameron was born in January 2004.
There are more than 500 children in temporary foster homes in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. They have been abused, neglected or abandoned. While some may eventually return to their birth families, the rest will need adoptive families.
Families First Network is a community-based care agency that provides foster care and adoption services for children and families in the Northwest Florida area from Escambia County east to Walton County.
Families interested in adoption can contact Families First Network at 1-866-313-9874 in Pensacola or by contacting Adoption Recruitment Specialist, Kati Andrews at 850-469-3847.
As seen in the Nov. 22 issue of Navarre Press.
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